Join us for a sensory friendlier dress rehearsal of Nutcracker by the Goh Ballet.
When: Wednesday, Dec 14th from 1:45-3:30
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 630 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5N6 | Google Maps
Cost: This event is FREE to AutismBC members.
Register: You can RSVP HERE. Registration opens Monday, Dec 5th at 10am
The theatre will have a reduced audience of approximately 1/3 capacity. This allows for more space between guests as well as the ability to stand up, move around, or stim during the performance. There will be some members from the media in the audience to review the show. We are encouraged to stay for Act 1 which will run 2 pm -3:30 pm we ask that people arrive to the theatre around 1:45 to get settled and familiar with the space.
Please note: the volume of the orchestra and the lighting will not be altered for the performance – this is a test run before the show is offered to general admission. If you have sound or light sensitivities we encourage you to bring your own support to make the performance enjoyable for yourself.
REGISTRATION & RSVP FOR THIS EVENT OPENS ON Monday, Dec 5th at 10 am.
You must login to your AutismBC membership account to register for this event.
Please RSVP as space is very limited and our guest list fills up fast. Please register for each person in your party so we can set aside the number of tickets that you require. You need to be on our guest list to access this event.
You can RSVP HERE.
Registration will close when the event is full. We will set up a waitlist in case of cancellations.
We hope to see you and your family on Dec 14th
About the Goh Ballet Company:
Dance should be a part of every child’s upbringing; it is a vital form of human expression. Nurturing and cultivating this physical and emotional communication is the core mission of the Goh Ballet Academy.
Through participation in dance, we are able to unveil and foster hidden talents and inspire creative thinkers. The holistic experience and training of dance connects the mind and body and draws out confidence, independence and artistic expression that contribute not only to the fulfillment of a dance career, but also to valuable life skills.
Goh Ballet aims to provide the optimal level of dance instruction to encourage the development of a child’s individual bests, fostered in an environment of like-minded peers in the pursuit of personal excellence.
AutismBC provides free, safe, and supportive community events where everyone can be themselves. These events are an opportunity for our members to come together, talk and, have fun with others who understand and share similar life experiences. Our goal is to reduce financial barriers to recreation and promote inclusion for people on the autism spectrum and their families.